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St. Christopher's Bath
9 Green Street
Bath
Bath

BA1 2JY | View map
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A perfectly preserved Georgian town, Bath in the South-West of England is a lovely, lively city where people come for the Roman Baths and stay for all the museums, parks, theatres, canal paths, trekking trails and culture one little place can hold. Bath has often been called the most beautiful city in England and with just one look at the rolling green hills and stunning Bath Stone Georgian-style buildings and the awe inspiring Bath Abbey it would be hard for anyone to disagree.

In the heart of it all is where you'll find St. Christopher's Bath youth hostel near Stonehenge. From here you'll be mere minutes away from the grandeur of the Bath Abbey, the history of the Royal Crescent and more than its fair share of shops, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, and beer gardens.

In addition to the assortment of goodies you have waiting for you right outside your door, Bath is also an excellent base to explore the quaint, traditional English villages that make up the Cotswold or the mystical and mysterious monument that is Stonehenge. Visiting Stonehenge has always been an experience as you marvel at the sheer magnitude of these great stones and join the debate as to why they're there.

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